Siemens has announced that its SGT-800 industrial gas turbine has been upgraded to enable it to achieve a power output of 57 MW and an efficiency of over 40 per cent in simple cycle application.
Engineers of state-run Ceylon Electricity Board have given notice of trade union action over a generation plan that they claim show LNG power plants were shown to be cheaper than coal.
Siemens has announced that it is developing its HL-class gas turbines.
DTE Energy has announced that it is seeking permission to build a natural gas-fired power plant northeast of Detroit, USA, as the utility moves forward with plans to close coal-fired plants.
Indonesia Power, a wholly owned subsidiary of PLN, has announced that it has awarded a consortium of GE, Marubeni, and Hutama Karya an EPC contract for the Tambak Lorok Combined Cycle Power Plant Block 3 Project.
Siemens has won an order to supply the key power generation equipment for the Sabiya Extension 3 combined cycle power plant in Kuwait.
UK-based Centrica has agreed to sell two of its combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power stations, Langage and South Humber Bank, to EP UK Investments (EPUK) for £318 million.
The first GE 9HA gas turbine in Russia has entered service at a power plant in Kazan, in Tatarstan.
In Los Angeles, California, USA, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) has announced that it will reconsider a $2.2 billion natural gas investment plan, and will instead look first to renewable resources to meet demand.
GE has announced that it has signed agreements valued at over $2 billion to support the development of Vietnam’s energy sector.